Timberdoodle is made from either 100% cow's milk (during the winter months), a blend of cow's and sheep's milk (fall and spring) or 100% sheep's milk (summer). Cheeses are washed with brine as they age, which gives the rind a golden-red appearance, interspersed with a light dusting of white candidum mold. Due to the seasonal changes with the milk blends and composition, flavors vary quite markedly during the year. Cheeses made with pure sheep's milk carry sweeter, more herbaceous notes, while the cow's milk versions have a decidedly more buttery and rounded flavor.


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Carolyn C

5 months ago


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Bryan Hopkins

2 years ago

Grassy notes with citrus and a hint of onion

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